The planned budget is about 1.2 billion yen (11 million US dollars)
open a new area dedicated to the world of Masashi Kishimoto's internationally popular ninja action
shonen manga series Naruto and its sequel Boruto -NARUTO NEXT GANERATIONS- in July 2019.
The size of the area is about 2,600㎡ and its planned budget is 1.2 billion yen (11 million US dollars).
The area is designed based on the Konohagakure no Sato village where Boruto and other main
characters live in the story, and its main attraction is a 3D shooting ride that the visitors can enjoy
various Ninjutsu expereiences with Boruto in the anime world. It is also scheduled to offer arcade
games using shuriken, original goods stores, restaurants, and photo spots. Further details will be
revealed in the spring of 2019.
2019年夏、「BORUTO-NARUTO NEXT GANARATIONS」のテーマエリアが富士急ハイランド内にオープン。— 富士急ハイランド公式 (@fujikyunow) 2018年12月21日
2019 summer a new theme land of 「BORUTO-NARUTO NEXT GANARATIONS」will be opened in Fuji-Q Highland.#富士急ハイランド #NARUTO #BORUTO #新アトラクションhttps://t.co/X2ddOF9XbZ pic.twitter.com/J7bPYstndL
As reported, the Nijigen no Mori theme park in Awaji Island, Hyogo Prefecture, also plans to open
its new attraction titled "NARUTO & BORUTO SHINOBI-ZATO" in the spring of 2019.
"NARUTO & BORUTO SHINOBI-ZATO" main visual
Source: Fuji-Q Highland press release
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